Millions of couples get married every year. And each wedding is unique. That’s why we like weddings so much. Right now, it is a high wedding season and brides all over the world make their last arrangements before the big day. Other couples are only starting to choose the best venue, wedding décor and style. But there’s one good news for all of them – in 2019-2020, the biggest wedding trend is to not follow any trend and organize as personal wedding as possible. Let’s see what other wedding trends are there for this season.
It's almost like the trend is to not follow a trend at the moment, to not have a cookie cutter wedding.
To keep the wedding day as unique and special to the couple's personality as possible.
I've seen a huge difference in the way brides wear their hair and makeup after the recent royal wedding. Meghan Markle had almost no makeup and we're seeing that quite a lot now.
There's a big movement towards things looking natural. Lots of greenery, lots of foliage. People want to feel like they're surrounded in a forest almost.
Loads of flowers, lush green florals. Loads just covering the roof.
In terms of furniture, couples don't always want everything matching anymore. In terms of flowers and décor, they're not necessarily looking for everything you'd see on Pinterest
They stick to simplistic vases on the tables, minimalistic flowers and decor.
Less things happening on the table and more happening around you.
So, lighting is very important. It's more cost-effective than, let's say, flowers hanging from the roof. And it's something that makes the venue look completely different.
A lot of our clients are moving less away from trends that relate to decor and more to trends that relate to experiences. So, experiences like having a surprise entertainment act.
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Bringing food to the table in a buffet way, like feasts to the table, are very popular at the moment.
I think the gin bar trend is here to stay for a while. I don't think that's a trend.
It's moving more towards what the couple wants guests to feel and experience on the day in terms of the sensory experience.
That's what's popping up for the wedding season ahead.